New Books at the Library

Adult bestseller:

Celtic Empire by Clive Cussler and Dirk Cussler: A Dirk Pitt novel. Three different events may be linked to the tale of an Egyptian princess forced to flee her father's armies three thousand years ago.

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A Justified Murderby Jude Deveraux: A Medlar Mystery. Lachlan, Florida. Sara, her niece Kate, and Jack Wyatt found themselves in the middle of a mystery last year. Now another crime happens and they vow to leave the investigation to the professionals. But the townspeople have come to them to tell their stories and want to clear their names.

All the Wrong Places by Joy Fielding: A young woman named Paige, her cousin Heather, her best friend Chloe and her mother Joan decide to download an online dating app and try it. The man calling himself "Mr. Right Now" is also online, trolling for his next victim. And one of them unwittingly makes a date with him.

Cemetery Road by Greg Iles: Bienville, Mississippi. Marshall is one of the most successful journalists in Washington, D.C. Soon he is lifted from print fame to television stardom. He receives word that his father is very ill and he must return home. A dozen powerful patriarchs rule his hometown through the exclusive Poker Club.

Wolf Pack by C.J. Box: Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett has learned that a drone is after wildlife. He finds out that the owner is a wealthy, mysterious man whose son is dating Joe's own daughter, Lucy. When he tries to establish the rules for the drone operator, he is asked by the FBI and DOJ to stand down.

Adult fiction:

Moonlight Over Paris by Jennifer Robson: Spring 1924. The City of Light is a bohemian paradise teeming with actors, writers, and more as they celebrate the end of the war and freedom. Helena has decided to spend a year there and pursue her dream of being an artist. She is accepted into the circle. There she meets Sam, a correspondent for the Chicago Tribune.

Adult inspirational:

Angel Promises Fulfilled, book five in The Angelic Letters series by Henry K. Ripplinger: When Henry purchases Jenny's former home, he is surprised to discover her diary. There he reads about that long ago summer when they met in 1956 and fell in love. Although separated for thirty-two years when her family moved her away as a fifteen-year-old, their love has been constant.

Adult non-fiction:

Chicken Soup for the Soul: Power Moms: 101 stories celebrating the power of choice for stay-at-home and work-from-home moms by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen and Wendy Walker

Do Less: a revolutionary approach to time and energy management for busy moms by Kate Northrup

Young adult fiction:  Internment by Samira Ahmed

Junior fiction: The Afterwards by A.F. Harrold

Sweeping Up the Heart by Kevin Henkes

Junior picture book: Bird Watch by Christie Matheson

Because by Mo Willems

                                                           

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